Holiday Inn Express Puerto Madero
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... and BBQ sauce with no onions or tomato. His order is as predictable as the caption on Cillian O'Buachalla's next snapchat being "Chef Cobblay" with a photo of a horrible looking dinner. After the burger joint we went drinking on this pier where the girls used to knacker drink when they were younger. You'd have to say though it was a lot nicer than the bushes of Kilbogget park or the lake where we had our first two litre plastic bottles ...
... for me, the food didn't taste great. The burger buns tasted stale, the fries tasted like they were out all day, and the lettuce didn't taste great. The only good part about the meal was the homemade lemonade, which tasted great.
After the meal, I headed out to Puerto Madero. There I spent some time walking around and people watching. There was a really cool looking bridge at Puerto Madero, so I got a good amount of pics of that. After Puerto Madero, ...
... Buenos Aires’ town square. It is large and bustling with green grass and two fountains and several monuments honouring various historical figures. One end of the Plaza de Mayo is formed the Casa Rosada (also known as the pink house), the office of the President of Argentina. This is where Eva Perón delivered the speech made famous by Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical ...
... El Shaddei hostel. Got a great room, along with a pool and cracking breakfast - even better as it was the cheapest place we'd stayed in Brazil, only £10 a night each. Rebecca was flagging at this point, broken by the very unprincessly experience of long-distance coach travel. We put her out in the sun (it's very hot and sunny here) and gave her a Coca Cola in the hope this would bring her back into the land of the living! Foz felt very quiet and suburbany but maybe that was ...
... as some do 2-4pm I believe.
Stayed close to home and wandered off to the Once area to
track down another supermarket chain in the hope of interesting imported
products – no chance, in either branch, but slightly cheaper than the other
chain, so shopped anyway.
Made a big batch of bolognaise & enjoyed it with the
rest of yesterday’s wine – definitely better with food.